Innovation Showcase Ep.4:Mobile Device Management and Security

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When devising a security policy, IT managers will need to examine multiple components. Some of these components are hardware, Operating Systems (OS), device layer controls, network security, and compliance. Certainly, there will be discussions around financial investments in hardware, and potential On-Premise or Software as a Service (SaaS) products. This is while ensuring that the security policy contains proper policies, standards, guidelines, and procedures making it easy for the organization's employees to follow and exercise. By doing so, employees will be able to easily and securely access business applications increasing their efficiency and productivity. Enhancing the customer experience, and positively impacting business growth. Failing in providing a good security policy could cause employees to make errors. Consequently, causing even bigger problems for the business such as data breaches that cause civil penalties, and bad customer experience. Thus, negatively impacting the business. - Device Enrollment Programs - UEM – Device Management - Data & Mobile Threat Defense

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